The Maryland Libertarian Party nominated five more candidates for the 2018 elections at the Central Committee meeting on December 2:
- Jenica Martin US House 1st
- David Bishop US House 4th
- Jacob Pulcher US House 5th
- Jasen Wunder US House 8th
- Tom Ashwell Harford County Circuit Court Judge
The Maryland LP now has candidates who will appear on the 2018 ballot for Governor, Lt. Governor, US Senate, and six of the eight US House seats, plus candidates for the General Assembly and Judge for the Circuit Court.
Click here to view the list of 2018 Maryland Libertarian Party candidates.
Maryland LP candidates have until July 1 to file the appropriate paperwork and filing fees to get on the ballot for 2018.
Robert lives at 3213 Patmor Road in Owings Mills. Click here for a map of the location and directions.
Please bring a food item. Drinks will be provided. BYOB.
In addition, there will a special meeting of the MDLP Central Committee for the purpose of nominating candidates for the 2018 elections, beginning at 7 pm. If you want to be nominated for office at the meeting, please bring your voter registration card to the meeting. Candidates must be registered Libertarian prior to the meeting.
Full details are in the upcoming issue of the Free?State Libertarian newsletter, which members should be receiving in the mail shortly.
The Southern Maryland group and the Quinn for Governor campaign will have adjacent tables at the annual US National Oyster Festival on October 21 and 22 at the St. Mary’s County Fairgrounds in Leonardtown.
Times: Saturday 10-6 Sunday 11-6
Cost: $10 per person; children under 12 free
Shawn Quinn, the Maryland Libertarian Party 2018 candidate for Governor, will hold a press conference on Friday, May 26 at 2 pm at Lawyers Mall in Annapolis to announce his candidacy.
There will be a meet-and-greet afterwards at the Rams Head Tavern.
Click here for directions to the Rams Head Tavern.
To our libertarian supporters:
Please remember that everyone must follow Maryland and local laws with respect to posting campaign signs. This is especially important with respect to placing signs on private property without the permission of the owner or on public property (including on public rights of way on streets and highways).
We don’t know who, but someone has been posting Gary Johnson campaign signs on public rights of way in Montgomery County. Such signs can create a traffic hazard as they may interfere with traffic control signs or otherwise distract motorists. While the signs being posted are not the type of signs distributed by the Libertarian Party of Maryland, illegal posting of campaign signs can result in the offender being cited and if found guilty, there can be very substantial fines.
It is great that libertarians want to spread the word in support of Gary’s campaign, but we don’t want any of our supporters to be cited for such violations and we also want to encourage only the lawful posting of campaign signs.